Toro y Moi has shown his flair for upbeat disco, funk and synth-pop, but turns a little darker for his latest release, “Pitch Black.” With synth lines passing over one another like a busy pedestrian crossing, the tune is carefree yet hints at building layers of tension. Atlanta rapper Rome Fortune, who is becoming well-known for his progressive and versatile tracks (collaborating with Four Tet, Suicideyear, iLoveMakonnen and more), lends unhurried verses to this production.
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